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Entertainment Home and Away's Johnny Ruffo heartbreakingly reveals brain cancer has returned and vows to 'beat it'

21:50  24 november  2020
21:50  24 november  2020 Source:   ok.co.uk

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Former Home and Away star Johnny Ruffo has revealed the heartbreaking news his is battling brain cancer again. 'After an unexpected week of seizures and excruciating headaches it is with a heavy heart that I have to let you know I now have another huge battle ahead of me as my brain cancer

Johnny has been keeping his social media followers up to date on his progress ever since, posting a picture of him returning to work earlier this week. Johnny , who rose to fame on Australian X Factor, announced the shock news about his brain tumour diagnosis on social media over the summer– after

Home and Away star Johnny Ruffo has revealed he's been diagnosed with brain cancer again after beating it back in 2017.

The 32 year old, who is best known for playing Chris Harrington on the popular Australian soap opera, shared the heartbreaking news on his Instagram feed.

Posting a snap of himself with his girlfriend Tahnee Sims as they laid on a hospital bed, he told his 223,000 followers that he had several seizures and headaches before being told the disease is back.

a close up of Miley Cyrus and woman posing for the camera: Johnny Ruffo has revealed his brain cancer has returned © Instagram/Johnny Ruffo Johnny Ruffo has revealed his brain cancer has returned

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Johnny Ruffo has spoken out about his ongoing battle with brain cancer , along with addressing rumours he' s due to return to Home and Away . The actor – who played Chris Harrington on the show from 2013 to 2016 – revealed he was diagnosed with brain cancer in August last year.

It ' s been just over one year since the former X Factor finalist announced he had been diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer . And Johnny Ruffo reveals how he survived some of the darker moments of his battle with the disease, admitting that at times he felt very down.

He wrote: "After an unexpected week of seizures and excruciating headaches it is with a heavy heart that i have to let you know i now have another huge battle ahead of me as my brain cancer has returned".

Clearly determined to beat the cancer once more, he added: "Though i will dig deep and beat this s**t disease again," [sic] alongside a punching emoji and a purple heart emoji as well as the hashtag #f**kcancer.

Many of his 223,000 followers were quick to comment, sending him their well wishes as he battles cancer again.

One person wrote: "Oh Johnny I’m so sorry to hear this. My thoughts are with you while you tackle this," followed by a yellow heart emoji.

"I’m so sorry to hear Johnny thinking of you , you’ve got this," another said with a red heart emoji, bicep emoji and praying hands emoji.

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Johnny Ruffo has made his first public appearance since revealing his shock brain cancer diagnosis to the public last month, as he attended a charity Loved up: The Home And Away star was seen attending a charity gala with girlfriend Tahnee Sims (pictured) at The Star in Sydney on Saturday night.

Johnny Ruffo has addressed rumours that he might be returning to Home and Away . The actor played Chris Brassington on the Australian soap for three years from 2013 to 2016 . ‘Maybe I will come back’: Johnny Ruffo hints at Home and Away return as he battles brain cancer .

Johnny previously had and beat brain cancer three years ago, revealing that it was originally mistaken to be depression, when the actor visited the doctor complaining of migraines.

In an interview with Ten’s The Project, he explained: "I’d even gone to the doctor, and the doctor said 'You know, all the symptoms seems like depression'."

But after his brain tumour was discovered, the neurosurgeon told him the pain was due to the immense pressure on his brain and that he could have died from a brain aneurysm.

Johnny added: "The surgeon said if I hadn’t gone to the hospital that night I would have died in my sleep that night."

He revealed he was finally cancer free while speaking about the importance of having a support system on Australia's This Morning Show.

"It’s about the support group around you and not being afraid to ask for help. It’s not just related to my experience with cancer – everyone goes through something that’s tough, that they might feel is too hard to handle on their own.

"When you do go through these things, there’s always someone to help you."

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